A pair of planes collided with each at Boston’s Logan International Airport, the Associated Press reports.

The planes, which were being operated by Southwest and JetBlue airlines, made contact when the Southwest plane was attempting to leave its gate.

The report said the left wing of the Southwest plane clipped the rear of the JetBlue plane, resulting in damage to the former jet.

{mosads}None of the passengers who were on board either airplane were injured in the incident, the report said.

The AP said the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating the incident.

 

 

 

 

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